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Old 01-06-2013, 12:11 AM
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thank you for all the good tips, now you guys mentioned it, it does seem like she respects me more, as she doesnt bite me as hard or, as often as my girlfriend!!
my girlfriends clothe have LOTS of holes, and mines dont even have one! LOL
and she stops pretty much now, and i give her toys.
And she was chewing on a wall, so i put on some lemons on the wall she specificly chews on all the time today, think thatl work??
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Old 01-06-2013, 12:29 AM
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i put some lemon on a furniture she nibbles on all the time, becase im afraid that she might get hurt or sick...and its where she sleeps all the time, now she is trying to be there than walks away onto her pee pad and sleeps there...which i do not want as it might mess up the house/potty training!!!!
and yeaaa she does seems like she respects me more! she doesnt bite me as hard as anyone else and listens to me more when i say no, or say a command...
and yay she slep beside me last night i dont know why though LOL
she is very hard to get mad at...!!!!!
i cant wait until she becomes an adult and starts to look after me with her love and affections towards me! thanks all for great help!!!!
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When you get down on the floor it's an invitation to play hard and get rowdy. Personally, I'd dress for the session with long sleeves, etc. and have fun, but watch your face. Puppies don't know that bites and scratches on your face are not fun for humans. I lost a contact that way, and my husband had to wear an eye patch and use antibiotic eye drops after "playing" with our rambunctious puppy who was just having lots of fun.
I broke my braces twice for this reason. We're still working on it. Lol!

Re: the lemon on furniture... My dog is weird. He loves lemon so he'll just lick lick lick it.

We've tried the PB trick but all we got was nipped by the front teeth.



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Bella likes lemon juice (in small quantities) too, so that would likely result in chewed furniture.

1. Don't allow your puppy to chew on furniture, or it will be harder to break her of the habit. Crate her if you have to.

2. Get some Bitter Apple spray, and use that on your furniture, and everything else that she chews on. Get the bigger bottle....

Edit: You can also spray the Bitter Apple on your hands. Don't allow your puppy to continue to bite your hands. I know others will disagree, but if you don't nip that in the bud, there's a good chance you'll be battling this for months. It's normal puppy behavior, but it is possible to control it if you're willing to do what's necessary. We eliminated 95% of it by squirting lemon juice in her mouth (while saying "no bite") using one of those plastic, lemon shaped squeeze bottles that you find in the produce section. When she didn't bite, she would get lots of praise ("good no bite"). We had to use a lot though, because as I mentioned above, she actually likes the taste of it in small quantities. She would lick it off the floor.

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Ph wow ....lol so i just said no bite
Om furnitures and my self, and she doesnt come aftee my face anymore
How do i encourage her to sleep in her crate?


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Ph wow ....lol so i just said no bite
Om furnitures and my self, and she doesnt come aftee my face anymore
How do i encourage her to sleep in her crate?


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I don't know which, but you either need to shut your auto correct OFF, or turn it back ON. LOL

Where are you from?


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I always gave my puppy something to chew on if she started biting me and she would quit. The biting helps soothe their teeth when some are about to fal out and new teeth are coming out. Try to give your puppy something to chew on when she starts nipping.
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Hey im in toronto just switched to an iphone from android giving me lots of spell mistake


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she is 8 weeks and 2 days old, i guess the milk teeth growing in is just as painful for her?
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I've never liked it when my daughter got down on the floor to tussle with out dogs. It always ends badly. I get very nervous seeing a dog mouth anywhere near my DD's face.

Your job over the next few weeks and months is to train your puppy that teeth touching any part of a human (including clothing) is not allowed. There's a lot on this site about teaching bite inhibition if you search. Lots of different things that work for different dogs.

I'd suggest the bitter apple for keeping pup away from the furniture. Make sure to offer him an allowed toy or chewable when removing the disallowed one.
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